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is at fort hood, texas. anna? >> reporter: norah, for many of the witnesses here this is the first time they're confronting the man accused of trying to kill them. witnesses described chaos as the gunman walked through the building leaving blood and bodies in his wake. specialist meagan martinez described watching a soldier sitting near her get shot as the gunman showed no emotion. "it was just a cold, calculated heart stare at us and he was just shooting everything that moved," she testified. "when a captain got up and charged him" she said "he was shot at close range." major hasan took note bus mostly looked forward impassively. he is in a wheelchair, paralyzed by bullets fired at him by fort hood security. staff sergeant michael davis testified at first he thought the shooting was a drill, then, he said "i heard a young lady screaming my baby, my baby, my baby." it was the pregnant private francesca valez, she died that day. davis himself was shot in the back trying to escape the only time hasan objected today was when another witness described hearing that pregnant woman beg for her life
-- introduced its new electric car in austin texas. the new model will cost about 41 to $45,000 depending on some of the options. it goes on sale in the u.s. next spring. something you'd want? >> no, no. >> yeah, i mean you want the roar. >> i do. >> that's kind of quiet. >> that's bad too because you know you're not limiting your footprint but. >> yeah, well. >> i got a lead foot. i have another kind of foot. >> still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning. >> childhood obesity rates take a surprising turn. i'm monique griego and coming up the latest on a study by,,,,, >>> in this morning's health watch, the obesity rate is showing signs of improvement. >> monique griego has more on the new study and what parents need to know. >> while childhood obesity continues to be an epidemic in the sunshine, for u.s. for the first time in years the obesity rate for low income preschoolers is showing signs of improvement. >> it's not a huge drop but it's a positive step. >> a dietitian at mount washington hospital says the change is small but significant. the study shows between 2008 and 2011 t
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